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Proto-Turkic: *jiŋč-ge
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: thin
Russian meaning: тонкий
Old Turkic: jinčge (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: jinčke (MK)
Turkish: inǯe
Tatar: nečkɛ
Middle Turkic: ičke (Pav. C.), inčge (Бор. Бад.)
Uzbek: ingička
Uighur: inčikä
Sary-Yughur: šige
Azerbaidzhan: inǯä
Turkmen: īnče ( < jinče)
Khakassian: niske
Chuvash: śinźe
Yakut: sińniges
Dolgan: hinńiges
Tuva: čiŋge
Tofalar: ńiŋge
Kirghiz: ičke
Noghai: jiŋiške
Balkar: inčge
Gagauz: inǯä
Karaim: inǯä
Karakalpak: žiŋiške
Salar: läšgi
Comments: VEWT 203, EDT 944-5, ЭСТЯ 1, 364-365, Stachowski 104.
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